- A group of three men wearing towels danced across a street in Washington DC to amapiano
- The young men caused quite a stir and other pedestrians joined in on the dancing
- Amapiano has taken the world by storm and tweeps took to the comments section to react to the video
A group of three brave American men expressed their love for the South African music genre Amapiano.
They danced while crossing the road wearing towels and held up traffic in the process. The video was shot in the heart of American politics, Washington DC.
@Omilly_N uploaded the amazing video on Twitter that shows the men taking their time to cross the road while dancing to the popular music genre.
Something amazing happened, other pedestrians joined in on celebrations. The video has such a positive vibe.
@Omilly_N captioned the video with the following:
"Meanwhile, ko Washington-USA dancing to Amapiano.
Amapiano to the world."
Tweeps took to the comments section to react to the amazing video:
"No rhythm at all, looted by their corrupt ancestors..."
"She caught that wave real quick, she a real one."
"Imagine trying this here in SA, awuthukwanga maan zii Taxi drivers "Heeey wena suka endleleni mdidi wenja"
"Rhythm or not, it’s all about having a good time. Flailing hands, stepping on toes, doesn’t matter, not every dance is a Jika ma Jika contest. This fallacy that most blacks have rhythm is false. We just know when to sit down & tap our feet."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to give up-and-coming musician DJ Melzi his flowers.
Mufasa took to Instagram on Friday afternoon, 23 April to praise the young Amapiano producer for producing one of the hottest Yanos songs currently.
DJ Melzi, real name Tumelo Mphai (19), recently dropped the music video for his banger titled La Melza. The song is on high rotation on TV and radio stations. It is also popular at parties because of its catchy and simple lyrics.
Cassper makes a cameo appearance on Melzi's music video. He reckoned Melzi is a star in the making. The Amademoni hitmaker posted the video on Instagram. He captioned it:
"Have you see my Laatie's music video for La Melza? @djmelzi_official_ a star in the making. SMASH HIT!!!"
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